Samsung has been making quite a wave in the mid-range segment by launching new lineups and also by adding meritorious phones to the existing ones. The Samsung Galaxy A2 conforms to its trendy streak and is a budget Android (Go edition) phone with decent specs to back it up. The Galaxy A2 Core comes with a 5-inch qHD (540×960) TFT LCD screen and is powered by Samsung’s proprietary Exynos 7870 processor clubbed with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. It has a 5MP rear camera with an LED flash and a 5MP selfie camera on the front.
A 2,600mAh battery completes the Galaxy A2 Core with a microUSB port. It supports connectivity options including 4G LTE, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and FM Radio. The phone ships with Google’s Android Oreo (Go edition) OS that has been crafted to suit entry-level devices with rationed RAM and storage. The Galaxy A2 Core is quite a compact smartphone measuring 141.6×71.0x9.1 and weighing 142 grams.
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core Price in India
The Samsung Galaxy A2 Core price in India is expected to be Rs 5,000. The phone may launch in the first week of April 2019.
Pros: Being a phone from an era where there weren't many competitors, as of 2019 there is almost no advantage to purchasing a Samsung Galaxy A2 Core.
Cons: The Samsung Galaxy A2 Core can't match up to its rivals on any front â€” be it display, battery, performance, camera, or even design. It is a phone from a different era and even Samsung has completely revamped its budget range phones to keep up with devices like the Redmi 7A or Infinix phones.
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core Price in India
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core expert Review
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy A2 Core is a classic example of what phones were available in the budget range before the Chinese wave of smartphone makers like Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo entered India. Today it would make no sense to purchase this phone because you get far better features and specs in the budget range.READ SAMSUNG GALAXY A2 CORE REVIEW
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core Key Specifications
- 2600 mAh capacity
- Dual, Nano-SIM (Hybrid Slot) sim configuration
- 5.0 inches screen size
- Samsung Exynos 7 cpu
- operating system
- 16GB internal
- 1GB ram
- 8 MP;5 MP camera
The latest Samsung Galaxy A2 Core news
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core Launched in India
Mahesh Telecom, a well-known Mumbai-based retailer reports that the Galaxy A2 Core from Samsung is now available for purchase. As was leaked a few days ago, the phone has indeed been priced at INR 5,290. This phone faces immense competition from other Android Go-based smartphones such as the Redmi Go and Nokia 1....View more
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core Price in India Leaked
The Samsung Galaxy A2 Core's pricing in India has leaked. The phone will reportedly be priced at INR 5,290. It will be offered in Dark Grey, Red, and Blue color options. A spec sheet of this phone has also been leaked, and it seems to bear the same information as that reported in previous leaks....View more
|paytmmall||Samsung Galaxy A2 Core 1 GB 16 GB Dark Grey||5,290|
|Flipkart||Samsung Galaxy A2 Core (Dark Gray, 16 GB)(1 GB RAM)||5,290|
|Tata CliQ||Samsung Galaxy A2 Core 16 GB (Blue) 1 GB RAM, Dual SIM 4G||5,290|
|Samsung Online Shop||Samsung Galaxy A2 Core||5,290|
Samsung Galaxy A2 Core With Android Oreo (Go edition), Rivaling Xiaomi’s Redmi Go
Being an entry-level smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy A2 Core runs Google’s lightweight OS, i.e. Android (Go edition). Google has crafted Android Go with light versions of its popular apps to match up to the limited hardware in such devices. Android (Go edition) branded apps include Google Maps Go, YouTube Go, Gmail Go, Files Go, and more. The OS is well suited to run operations seamlessly on the phone with up to 1GB of RAM. With Android (Go edition) on the software side, the Samsung Galaxy A2 Core works effectively without slackening.
Samsung’s Galaxy A2 Core is not the first Android (Go edition) phone on the market. Xiaomi recently launched its the Redmi Go smartphone with Android (Go edition). Priced at Rs 4,499, the Redmi Go makes up for a head-on competitor for the Galaxy A2 Core. One upper hand that the Redmi Go already has over the Galaxy A2 Core is that the former runs Android Pie (Go edition) while the latter settles for Android Oreo (Go edition). Of course, Samsung could get even by rolling out an update after the launch. Its stronger point comes in the form of storage as it has twice the internal storage than the Redmi Go.